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Stoneface Honey / Press

“Stoneface Honey found its synergy with a drummer, guitarist, vocalist and singer/songwriter. Hear what they offer in Cedarville soon. Stoneface Honey, a band led by Angie Kopshy, singer/songwriter and neurologica music therapist of Portland, OR will be performing at The Station. 501 Main St. in Cedarville, on Jully 11. Tickets are available at Surprise Cafe, Page's Market, Brushworks, ACE Four Seasons Hardware and True Value Hardware. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Doors open at 6pm. Although the members of this band have transofrmed over the years, the emphasis has always been on strong female harmonies and a group of musicians willing to take Angie's sosngs beyond the piano. After many years, Stoneface Honey finally found the perfect synergy with drummer, Shirley Johnson, guitarist, Dan Johnson and vocalist, Kate Austin. While the subject matter of Angie's songs shifts according to experiences in her personal life and the world around her, a strong understanding”

“One’s art can sometimes provide a clear reflection of the artist who created it, but not always. For example, when Newberg High School graduate Angie Kopshy’s friends first listen to her music, they often think she must be battling deep depression — which couldn’t be farther from the truth. “When my first album came out (in 2008), there were some people who were worried about me,” Kopshy said with a laugh, adding that, “I’m a happy person with a beautiful life.” So why, then, are most of her songs — like “Run,” which centers on a battered woman who suffers from drug abuse, or “Love Me,” written from the perspective of a kidnapper — so dark and negative? And why did, according to her, listeners of her first album, “My Troubled World,” use words like “sad,” “heartbreaking” and “tragic” to describe it? To hear Kopshy explain it, writing sad songs is one of the reasons she is able to be so happy. After all, she isn’t just a musician, sh”